In The Future, All Of The Controversy Surrounding Immigration From Mexico Will Be A Thing Of The Past

By Theodore Shoebat

In the future, all of the controversy surrounding immigration from Mexico will soon be a thing of the past. This is the subject of my video:

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  • Lance

    Thanks Theo!
    I’veSaid it before:. Come for the history banter. Stay for the impeccable impersonations.
    Runaways & inexperienced Teens need jobs nobody wants too. Too often they get pushed to drug dealing or sex trade fringe, when they have to compete against adults.

  • AflowerofStTherese

    Americans are racist. That’s just the reality of it.

    • Kevin Nicholson

      Gee, so is everyone else….

      • AflowerofStTherese

        And lack sympathy and compassion for those who can’t help themselves .
        Honestly speaking, the American politics is forming the average person into psychopaths it’s disturbing.

      • Matt

        It’s nonsense to say Americans are racist. That’s a broad brush statement. Would the Japanese or Chinese embrace immigration on mass like the Americans have? No.

        Republicans and liberal conservatives couldn’t care less what race you are if you’re on their team. The same goes with the Democrats and socialist/commies. They don’t care what race you are when you’re on their team.

        Trump’s rallies had people from many different ethnicities there including blacks and hispanics. I saw countless videos of pro-Trump blacks and hispanics being beat up at these rallies alongside Trump’s white supporters. They all stood and cheered for Trump as one people.

        The same goes with the Democrats. They only care about blacks when they vote democrat. When they don’t they’re accused of being “Uncle Tom’s” and traitors to their race.

        If that’s not racist, what is? Political ideology is at the heart of this division in reality, not race.

        I wrote a longer message on these issues, it was quite lengthy. It’s pending. Hopefully it gets approved.

        We’re better off ignoring stupid comments like that. People who assert them are obviously clueless, and they are slanders i.e. mortal sinners.

        It’s best to engage in discussions of real substance.

        Matthew 15:17-19 (DRA)

        17 Do you not understand, that whatsoever entereth into the mouth, goeth into the belly, and is cast out into the privy?
        18 But the things which proceed out of the mouth, come forth from the heart, and those things defile a man.
        19 For from the heart come forth evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false testimonies, blasphemies.

        • Kevin Nicholson

          comment was hyperbole to show hyperbole….

          • Matt

            In case you missed it, (written communication has its limitations), I wasn’t directing my criticism toward you or your comment. I was purely directing the criticism toward the comment you responded to and all those who ignorantly hold to this bigotry.

            In other words, my comment was written in your defense.

          • Kevin Nicholson

            10-4 Matt. Godspeed.

    • magaforever

      Ive known blacks from africa and jamaica who calls blacks from urban america the n word..why is that?? Are they racist ??

      • richinnameonly

        It’s either a term of endearment or they are realists, depending on the individual speaking.

    • WTS/JAY

      Only a racist would make such a racist statement. Seek help, AflowerofStTherese!

  • AflowerofStTherese

    Wimpy soyboy would rather pick on an illegal immigrant who doesn’t have the capacity to defend himself. Like who the hell picks on poor people?

  • Ceirwyn

    As long as economic competition exists, immigrants will be an issue. Only when the curse of employer based work is lifted will it cease to be a problem.

  • Matt

    P.S. The common thread BOTH parties tend to agree upon collectively in principal, is moral liberalism, and this is by no means exclusively an American problem.

    That’s why Liberalism (both left and right) is the ‘head’ god of these two god’s, Democrat/left and Republican/right, in modern times, as far as I can tell.

    Liberalism is Luciferian in nature, because it puts the wants and desires of man above God.

    A Catholic state holds God’s law as the highest law of the land, and this would mean the death of liberalism e.g. fornication, contraceptives, sodomy, usury, etc, being considered ‘civil rights.’ They aren’t civil rights according to the Divine Positive Law of Christ Jesus.

    America’s destiny might be to ultimately embrace the Social Kingship of Christ. Pope Pius XII is recorded as stating the following:

    “These underdeveloped peoples will save the Church, Eminence. A day will come when the civilized world will deny its God, when the Church will doubt as Peter doubted. She will be tempted to believe that man has become God, that His Son is only a symbol, a philosophy like so many others. And in churches, Christians will search for the red lamp where Jesus awaits them, like the sinful woman crying out before the empty tomb: ‘Where have they taken Him?’”

    Then, priests will rise up from Africa, from Asia, from America, formed here in this seminary of the Missions, who will say and who will proclaim that the ‘bread of life’ is not ordinary bread, that the mother of the God-man is not a mother like others. And they will be cut to pieces to testify that Christianity is not a religion like others, since her head is the Son of God, and the Church is His Church.”

    Source: http://www.tldm.org/news34/pius-xiis-prophetic-warnings-about-fatima-and-the-suicide-of-altering-the-faith-in-its-liturgy.htm

    The thing is, whether Pope Pius XII is right on this or not, that doesn’t mean Christian Americans should take her destiny for granted, because the further America falls from Christ and grace as a nation, the more Americans will have to suffer before Christendom is restored there and beyond.

    On a personal side note, Catholic conservatism is a viable option in my opinion. It’s a sensible form of government. Secular conservatism is not. The Social Kingship of Christ must be recognised by a government including the divine positive law, which would make grave evils illegal e.g. contraceptives, sodomy, fornication, etc. Liberal (secular) conservatism as it presently stands rejects this truth.

    When it comes to the left, I’ll be honest, I can’t stand anything about leftism and leftist politics. It’s extremely manipulative and exploitive. The right has sensible political positions and values in areas, but they do need to be refined and Christianised in the truest sense of the word.

    God Bless America and Americans.

  • Ceirwyn

    You forget economics. More competition for wages is bad. This is more important to Americans than ideology. I would say crime, rule of law, and economics are the 3 reasons Americans don’t want illegal aliens invading their country.

    • Matt

      These comments are written off the cuff 😀

      Yes, economics are central to this. I was assuming the knowledge of the reader there because left and right ideologically have completely different views on how to properly manage a nations economy. The right holds to a conservative position (in theory) whereas the left in its fatal utopianism believes money is infinite. Now, money probably is infinite in this day and age for those who control the central banks. It’s not for those who don’t and that includes governments and your average citizen.

      Most mainstream Republican politicians aren’t faithful to conservatism in America. We have the exact same problem with the right here in my nation. Our PM (we call our leader a Prime Minister rather than President), is as left as the left’s leader. It’s really democrat versus democrat in America and across much of the West. It’s just that the leftists on the so called right are generally a little more moderate in their leftism (morally and politically). As noted here recently, my PM (who is on the right), publicly campaigned for same-sex marriage (that’s how left he is morally).

      If conservative political leaders in America were actually faithful to the principles of conservatism even on a purely economic level, your nation would be in much better shape economically. The problem is, as noted above, right political leaders aren’t faithful to conservatism as a whole.

      Therein lies my biggest problem with the right in your nation and mine. They are the party of compromisers, which makes them controlled opposition in practice. The continue to shift toward the left in economic policy and morality in general is astounding.

      That’s how the game is played and won. The left never compromises on anything. They play the patience game. Every compromise the right makes, is a win for the left.

      That’s why secular conservatism cannot and will not ever be a longterm viable solution to the ills of the West. It’s the Hegelian dialectic in action. A nation must formerly recognise the Social Kingship of Christ (without compromise). and they must be united as a collective under His Kingship.

      Again, I sympathise with conservatives because we share the same values in areas. But I’m also critical of conservatives insofar as they reject the Social Kingship of Christ and continue to compromise and sell-out their own voter base.

      Thanks for reading the comments and for sharing your add on. You are correct.

      I do enjoy and appreciate these exchanges.

      • Ceirwyn

        Totally agree with you on the conservatives; they are sellouts. Everyone is disgusted with them.

  • AflowerofStTherese

    Huh?

    I’m responding to Theodore saying people would rather pick on the illegal immigrants than corporations who choose to exploit the circumstances. You have absolutely no sympathy for the poor.

  • Michelle Therese

    You say it so perfectly about the “Puritan” Taliban…

    “They wanted freedom to persecute others.” EXACTLY!